What are the mild effects of inhalants?
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What are some medical uses for Inhalants?
Inhalants are commonly used to administer drugs directly to the lungs. This limits the systemic absorption of a drug (like giving a pill), which will limit side effects. The most common inhalants available is for asthma. These inhalers help keep the lungs open and keep inflammation down. Other types of inhalants can be used to administer antibiotics. The most widely used inhalants are beta-adrenergic agonists. These are the inhalers used by those with asthma, bronchitis, emphysema, and other obstructive lung diseases. Of course, there are many other types of inhalants, as well. And also for asmtha
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What are the psychological dependence effects of doing inhalants?
The psychological effects include the craving to do more, to repeat the drug effect again and again. Other effects include poor judgement, memory loss, mood swings, violent behavior, impaired learning, lack of focus and you perception of time and space is impaired. The psychological effects are the result of the fact inhalants kill brain cells and actually affects nearly every other part of your body from your brain, your mouth and nostrils, your lungs, heart, liver and kidneys. Inhalants will kill you if not outright you'll be dead as far as having a life worth living.
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What are some things you would say to persuade someone not to use inhalants?
Inhalants can produce mind-altering and pleasurable effects such as stimulation and decreased inhibition, but they can also produce a number of unwanted side effects. Inhalants work much like anesthetics on the brain, which means they slow down the body's systems, including respiration. They can interfere with the heart's rhythm and cause heart failure, resulting in death. Less severe, but irreversible hazards of chronic exposure to inhalants are brain damage, nerve damage, hearing loss, bone marrow damage, and damage to heart, lungs, liver, and kidneys.